Active supervision means focusing all of your attention on your children all of the time, when they are in, on or around the water. Supervision is not an occasional glance while you are busy with other activities, but being in constant visual contact with your child.
Depending on your child’s age, you may even need to be in the water and within arms’ reach at all times. For older children, be ready to enter the water in case of an emergency.
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In Partnership with the Royal Life Saving - Keep Watch Program
Keep Watch aims to prevent drowning deaths of children under five years of age in all aquatic locations. For over 15 years Keep Watch has been educating Australian parents and carers on how to keep their children safe when in, on or around the water. For further information regarding the Keep Watch program simply click here.
- Keep Watch
- Keep Watch Home Pool Safety
- Swim and Survive
- State and Territory Activities
- Respect the River
- Don't Let Your Mates Drink and Drown
- The Talk - For Over 55s
- Make It Safe - Portable Pool Safety
- Changed Swimming Pool Laws - Be Pool Safe
- Sinkers #DontDrinkAndSink
- Bronze Medallion
- Grey Medallion
- Community Development